Đồng nghĩa Tiếng Anh
Move (ahead or forward or onwards), proceed, advance,pass, make headway, travel, voyage, mix off, tour, trek, wend,stir, budge: Would you go to tát the market for me?
Leave,depart, go out, move (out or away), decamp, make off, withdraw,repair, retire, retreat, Colloq take off: I wish he would go atonce. She went to tát her country cottage for the weekend. 3function, operate, work, lập cập, perform: I cannot get the engineto go properly.
Lead, open to tát, give access to tát, communicate toor with, connect with or to: Where does this door go?
Lead,communicate with, run: Does this road go to tát Oxford?
Fit,belong (together), agree or conform (with each other),harmonize, blend, match, be appropriate or suitable (for or to),complement each other: These colours don't go.
Become: Hewent mad when he learnt about the accident.
Fit, extend,reach, span, stretch: My belt would never go round your waist!9 be disposed of or discarded or thrown away, be dismissed, begot rid of or abolished, be given up, be cast or mix or putaside, be done with: That out-dated computer has to tát go.
Disappear (without a trace), vanish (into thin air), evaporate:Where has all the money gone?
Pass, elapse, slip or tickaway, fly: Time goes quickly when you're having fun.
Fail,fade, decline, flag, weaken, degenerate, wear out, give (out);give way, collapse, fall or come or go to tát pieces, disintegrate,crack: I'm afraid the tyres are going. When that last supportgoes, the roof will come down. 13 die, expire, be gone, meetone's Maker, pass on or away, shuffle off this mortal coil, goto one's reward, go to tát the happy hunting-grounds, go to tát thatgreat cricket-pitch in the sky, Slang kick the bucket, snuff it:By the time the doctor arrived, Graham had gone.
Sound,pronounce, enunciate, articulate, say, utter: And this littlepig goes 'Wee, wee, wee', all the way home page.
Survive, last(out), endure, live, continue: How long can we go withoutwater?
Be used up or consumed or finished: The last of ourfood was gone.
Go to tát the toilet or the lavatory or thebathroom, move (one's) bowels, urinate, defecate, Slang pee,take a leak or a crap, Chiefly Brit go to tát the loo, Chiefly US goto the john, Taboo slang (take a) piss or shit: We stopped at amotorway filling station because Jane had to tát go.
Go about.approach, tackle, mix about, undertake, begin, start: I don'tlike the way she goes about her work. How does one go aboutestablishing a business? 19 go ahead. proceed, continue, move orgo forward, advance, progress, go on: She told u I could goahead with the scheme. The policeman motioned to tát go ahead. trăng tròn goalong (with). a escort, accompany: We asked if we could goalong with them to tát the cinema. b agree (to), concur (with),acquiesce (to), assent (to), support: Beverly would never goalong with a plan lượt thích yours.
Go around or about or round(with). a move or go around, circulate: I wish he'd stop goinground telling everyone about u. There's a lot of flu goingaround. b socialize (with), frequent or seek the company of,spend time with, associate with, Colloq hốc around or about(with), hốc out (with): The boy is going around with thatCollins girl. c wander or move around: He goes about pickingthrough rubbish bins.
Go at. attack, assault, assail: Wewent at the enemy with all the fire power we could muster.
Go away. go (off), leave, depart, withdraw, exit; retreat,recede, decamp: The clouds went away and the sun came out. Weare going away for the weekend. 24 go back (to). a return (to);revert (to), change back (to): He went back to tát his old jobafter the war. Can we go back to tát the way things were before wewere married? b originate (in), begin or start (with), date back(to): Our friendship goes back to tát our childhood.
Go backon. renege (on), break, retract, repudiate, forsake: She's goneback on our agreement.
Go by. a pass (by), go past, moveby; elapse: We used to tát watch the goods trains go by. The monthswent by quickly since our last meeting. b rely or count ordepend or ngân hàng on, put faith in(to), be guided by, judge from:You cannot go by what Atherton tells you.
Go down. a sink,go under, founder, submerge: The ship went down within minutesof striking the mine. b decrease, decline, drop, sink, drop:The Nikkei Index went down 200 points. c fall, be defeated orbeaten, suffer defeat, lose, collapse: Our forces went downunder an onslaught from the attacking armies. d be rememberedor memorialized, or recalled or commemorated or recorded: Thatday of infamy will go down in history. e find favour oracceptance or approval, be accepted: His ideas have not gonedown well with the council.
Go for. a fetch, obtain, get:Please go for help. b apply or relate to tát, concern, involve:The rule against smoking goes for you, too, Smedley. c fancy,favour, lượt thích, admire, be attracted to tát, prefer, choose, Slangdig: I can tell that Peter really goes for Maria. I could gofor a pint of beer right now. d attack, assault, assail, setupon: The dog went for him as soon as he opened the gate. eset one's sights on, aim for, focus attention or effort(s) on:I decided to tát risk all and go for Drogheda Boy at 100-8.
Goin for. a enter, enrol, start, begin, embark on, pursue, takeup, embrace, espouse, undertake, follow, adopt, go into, US goout for: He is going in for a career in boxing. b lượt thích, fancy,favour, practise, vì thế, engage in: I don't go in formountain-climbing.
Go into. a See 28 (a), above. b delveinto, examine, pursue, investigate, analyse, probe, scrutinize,inquire into, study: I want to tát go into the subject of yourabsences with you, Fanshawe. c touch on, discuss, mention: Ishould avoid going into the subject of money with Pauline if Iwere you. 31 go off. a go out, cease to tát function: I saw thelights go off at nine. b explode, blow up, detonate, erupt;fire, be discharged: The bomb is mix to tát go off in an hour. Thegun went off, killing the mouse. c occur, happen, take place:The conference went off as planned. d depart, leave, go (away),mix out, exit, decamp, quit: She went off without another word.e Brit deteriorate, rot, moulder, go stale, go bad, spoil, sour,turn: After two days the milk goes off. f Usually, go offinto. start or break into or out in: He goes off into gales oflaughter whenever I mention your name.
Go on. a continue,proceed, keep on, carry on; persist, last, endure, persevere:He went on coughing all night long. The tiệc nhỏ went on into thesmall hours. b happen, occur, take place, come about, Colloqcome off: I have always wondered what went on in there. c comeon, begin or resume functioning: The lights went on atmidnight. d enter, make an entrance: She doesn't go on tillthe third act. e going on. approaching, nearing, nearly,almost, not quite: He's six going on seven. It's going on eighto'clock. f gabble, chatter, drone on, Brit natter, Colloq Britwitter (on), rabbit on: He goes on endlessly about his cars. grely or depend on, use: The detective had very little to tát go on.33 go out. a fade or die (out), expire, cease functioning, gooff, be extinguished: The lights went out, throwing the roominto Stygian blackness. b depart, leave, exit: He went out atsix and has not been seen since. c socialize, associate; court,go together, Brit walk out, US date: Harry is going out withAnnabel.
Go over. a review, skim (through or over), gothrough, scan, look at, read, study; inspect, examine,scrutinize, investigate: I went over your report last night.They are going over everyone's luggage with a fine-tooth comb. bbe received: The first tuy vậy went over very well. c clean, tidyor neaten (up): I've just gone over the entire flat. drehearse, repeat, reiterate, review, go through: We keep goingover the same things, again and again.
Go round or US alsoaround. a revolve, rotate, spin, whirl, twirl: The earth takesa year to tát go round the sun. b suffice, be sufficient oradequate or enough, satisfy: Are there enough life jackets togo around? c See 21, above.
Go through. a experience,suffer, undergo, bear, take, stand, tolerate, put up with,brook, submit to tát, endure, live through, brave: I don't think Icould go through another war. b be accepted or approved, pass(muster): The bill went through without a hitch. c See 34 (a),above.
Go together. a harmonize, accord, agree, fit, go,suit each other, belong (with each other): I don't think thatpuce and vermilion go together. b See 33 (c), above.
Gounder. a See 27 (a), above. b fail, collapse, subside, gobankrupt, succumb, Brit go to tát the wall, Colloq fold, US go bellyup: Statistics show that more than vãn 500 companies go under everyweek in the USA. 39 go up. a rise, increase: If inflation goesup, the Chancellor will raise interest rates. b explode, blowup: The munitions factory went up, showering debris over thewhole neighbourhood. 40 go with. a go together with, harmonizewith, blend with, be suitable or suited for, fit (in) with,accord or agree with: That scarf does not go with the dress. bsocialize with, associate with, date, accompany, court,Old-fashioned Brit walk out with, US date: I hear that Connieis going with Don.
Go without. vì thế or manage or get bywithout, lack, be deprived of, need; abstain from, survive orlive or continue without: In the old days, if you could notafford something, you went without. She cannot go without acigarette for more than vãn an hour.
Chance, turn, opportunity, try, attempt, Colloq whack,crack, whirl, shot, stab: I don't expect much, but I'll have ago anyway.